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it means. >> are you aware of that? bill: yes. >> lisa paige for 92.3 fm here. your book, ok. could you show -- there is lisa. there is jay-z. ok. lisa went and she -- you can show him signing the book? do you have the other picture? bill: signing bold fresh. bill: does very any clue? >> oh yeah. bill: he knew it was me? >> yeah. peace bill, jay-z. off that. bill: what's off that mean? >> i believe it's off dat. bill: you don't know what it means? >> you won't understand. bill: what are we supposed to think of this guy who does this racial rap at the inauguration and then holds the benefit? what do you say? is he a good guy or what? >> i'm going to come clean with you, bill. i have no idea hot hell this guy even is. bill: i think he is a good businessman. >> yeah, look. i'm tired of the race thing. every time you throw it out meaninglessly. bill: it den greats the real problem. >> yes, yes. ♪ >> you have got to watch this show or your children may be killed by clowns beating them to death with those giant clown shoes. it's an emergency. don't go anywhere. bill: now, beck, when do you
captioning institute, inc. ---www.ncicap.org--- >> i'm lisa robinson. >> i'm deborah weiner. >> first let's go to john collins with the weather. >> i had to escape the window this morning. there is a bit of a chill in the morning this morning. temperatures are right around freezing. upper 20's. but other than the chill, and that's, you know, kind of seasonal relief, you can expect that this time of year, it is beautiful outside. the wind has gone away. a little storm to us. i don't want to call it a storm, but the weather disturbance is rain and snow out in the midwest. rain and snow in the valley is coming into the valley. up north of that, wisconsin and minnesota, some snow. we'll talk about the forecast and how all of that out there treats us here eventually coming up. >> a baltimore tradition came alive last night. it is the miracle on 34th street. hamden flipped the switch on holiday street lights. >> this year a warning for those going to see the display. do not fall victim to a scam. kim dacey splains. -- explains. >> 34th street is aballets again. -- is ablaze again. i like them.
. >> troubling either way. >> absolutely. >> this raises so many questions, so let's bring in lisa bloom. good morning, lisa. >> good morning. >> why wouldn't the doctor be forced to have a dna test to prove or disprove the couple's allegations that set biological father? >> well, first there was the civil case and the couple in that case could have asked the judge while the case was ongoing to order a dna test, but that case settled so that disposed of it. then the department of public health came energy understand my reading of their rules they did have the authority to order the dna test and they simply failed to do so. so that's baffling to me. perhaps they knew something that we in the press don't know, perhaps dr. ramaley is not able to have children. i don't know. but it's very hard for me it understand why they would not order him to do the dna test to get to the bottom of had. in anything, to protect other people, other patients in his practice. >> even if he is not the father, he still made a mistake, he in-accept natured this woman with the wrong sperm. are you surprised that there
. >> that's right! >> reporter: even more breaking oprah news today, patrick swayze's widow, lisa niemi, opened up for the very first time today to oprah about patrick's final moments. and wait until you hear about the bombshell secret she shared about their marriage. >>> joining me tonight in hollywood, pat lalama, an investigative journalist. and from new york, rachel zalis, a contributing editor for life sand style weekley. i want to begin with the controversy over oprah inviting b.b. wymans on show. >> my friend b.b. wymans kris crossed the country in search of the best karaoke singers. check this out. >> i'm on my quest for the best karaoke singer in the land. >> okay, bebe was charged in february after he allegedly pushed his ex-wife to the ground during an argument over custody of their children. in a brand-new statement today, debora, his ex, tells tmz that she is hurt by oprah's decision to have bebe on the show. after all, oprah refused to have chris brown on after he beat up rihanna. pat, is oprah being a hypocrite? >> not at all. i do not understand this controversy. what is
mere, florida. thank you so much. joining us now from wlaenks is lisa bloom. lisa, good morning. >> good morning. >> let's start with the latest. p this report from tmz this morning, that investigators may go after the medical records from the hospital that treated tiger after the accident to see if his injuries were consistent with domestic violence, to sfee they're consistent with his wife attacking him. in order on obtain a warrant for those records, don't they need to show probable cause that a crime was committed? >> yes, they do. but that's a very low legal standard. they just have to have some reasonableable suspicion, some reason to believe that there was a domestic violence incident. and they have an obligation to pursue an investigation of domestic violence, but having said that, if there's no complaining witness, if tiger woods is standing by his wife as he appears to be, i don't see a domestic violence investigation going very far. >> so then how do we explain why police have been so persist tent in trying to talk to him when under florida law he's not required to ma
co-pays and out of pocket expen expenses. lisa sylvester explains. >> reporter: for many u.s. workers, it's open enrollment time, when workers choose their company-sponsored health care plans for next year. what they're finding, many corporations have scaled back. workers will have to pay higher out-of-pocket a company that advises corporations on benefit plans four out of ten employers are raising workers' deductibles and co-payments next year. >> health care costs are still rising faster than pay, rising faster than profits, rising faster than almost any other input. and so those costs have to be shared. and one way to do that is to increase the out of pocket costs for people who use health care services. >> congress is debating a health care bill, but will it push down those rising costs that workers have to shell out? democrats think so. >> this is why this legislation is important. affordability for our middle class. it lowers cost for every patient, reigns in premiums, co-pays, and deductibles, limits out of pocket cost. >> reporter: but many americans are not persuaded that pre
in the past year. merhige is accused of fatally shooting his twin sister, carla merhige and lisa knight. authorities say lisa was pregnant. he allegedly killed two other relatives whose elderly aunt and his 6-year-old cousin. according to the father, she was executed in her sleep after she had gone to bed. she played piano and sang for her family members earlier in evening. police say merhige injured two others in the violent outburst inside the home. investigators wrapped up the the work at the crime scene. this is the parents of the girl murdered. they continued to talk to members who survived the shoot-out to piece together what happened this night. the local tv news camera man and father of the 6-year-old. he and his wife were unharmed in the shooting but carry the grief of losing their baby girl. >> i got up, i was going to take a shower. i can smell my baby in my shirt. i thought if i take a shower, it's gone, forever. never smell her again. >> investigators believe that paul merhige was driving a blue four-door, 2007 toyota camry. the car has florida tags w-4-27jt. the car has a
they say there's nothing out of line. here's lisa stark. >> reporter: in a washington, d.c. conference room, experts from around the country gathered to scour for even the smallest clues that the h1n1 vaccine is causing dangerous reactions. dr. bruce gellen is the government's point man for the vaccine and says of the millions who have received the vaccine so far there have been 302 reported side effects. >> mostly sore arms, malaise, fever, things like that. >> reporter: nothing that would raise a red flag to y, oh-oh, this vaccine may not be safe? >> we're looking hard. we have many different systems in place. so far we haven't seen anything that worries us. >> reporter: the government's massive surveillance effort involves cross-checking lists of those who have received the vaccine with any later reports of health problems. data will come from health records from the department of defense, veteran affairs, the indian health service, medicare. and even from private health care plans covering 20 million americans. doctors and the public can also report side effects to a government vaccine
's raising customers concerns about passenger safety. lisa stark has more. >> reporter: as planes began backing up around the country, on the ground and in the air, the faa scrambled to unravel the glitch in the air traffic control system. >> i just walked in the airport, looked at the board, it said your flight's canceled. >> i'm tired and i'm frustrated. >> reporter: no one was going anywhere fast. extensive delays stretch from new york to atlanta to houston. by one calculation, the glitch may have caused as many as 2,000 flight delays. the problem began shortly after 5:00 a.m. eastern when a single circuit board failed in an air traffic control center in salt lake city. it meant controllers around the nation were no longer receiving information about flights electronically. instead, they had to resort to phone calls and manually inputting flight information into their computers. >> you have to type it into the computer and it's time-consuming and cumbersome. rather than the computer transferring that data around from air traffic control facility to facility. >> reporter: abc news lea
-year-old cousin, his twin sisters carla marie and lisa knight who we are told was pregnant and a 76-year-old aunt. two others were also wounded. police say the suspect may turn up in michigan where they say he has some sort of contact. now, to calls on capitol hill to investigate the white house party crashers fast becoming celebrities. they are all over the news. part of the mystery of what happened that night is sold now that we know how close the northern virginia couple got to president obama. now, to figure out how did they get there. joining us by phone is a ranking member of the homeland security committee, congressman peter king who is calling for a full investigation of how this breach of security was allowed to happen. welcome. thank you for being with me this evening. >> great to be with you, kimberly, thank you very much. >> many people are scratching their head and think this is outrageous this this couple are able to go in there, breach security and get up close and personal. you see the photos. i mean that tells it all. what happened? >> kimberly, i can't figure out what happened.
meltdown walked away with huge payouts while their shareholders were almost losing everything. lisa myers has more on the story. >> reporter: it was the relatively phase of the financial meltdown last year. first bear stearns was sold to avoid collapse. lehman brothers went bankrupt. shareholders lost billions and thousands of employees lost jobs. a new study by experts at harvard law school titled "wages of failure" found that since 2000, the top five executives at each firm had received staggering amounts of cash bonuses and sold mountains of stock. bear stearns executives cashed out about $1.4billion, and lehman brothers, $1 billion. >> people who invested in these companies should feel betrayed. the whole idea of capitalism in that the people provide their capital and executives take care of it for us. in this case people provided their capital and the executives took it. >> reporter: the study found when the firms collapsed, both bears ceo lost about $900 million worth of stock, but the study said they still camout well ahead overall. cain walked away with $388 million and fold $541
at a deputy's window, trapping inside his cruiser. animal control officers, virginia newsom and lisa shaw, showed up. chased him on to another road. the deputy left and thought the turkey had gone, too. >> as i was leave, i looked in my mirror and to see him chasing me down. came up on the side of me and literally got in front of my car and stopped me from leaving. >> reporter: but he came back. climbed up top the animal control truck. he may like the lights. >> i believe strongly that it was the lights. it was the strobe lights that had him attached to the vehicle. >> reporter: the officers took the pictures and video with their cell phones. for three weeks, he has been wobbling around route 7 in ashburn. the turkey is still on the lam. >> it is notating season and not typical for him to be looking for a hen. however, he just happens to be really out here and looking for attention. >> reporter: jim handly, news4 today. >> maybe he is trying to get away knowing thanksgiving is on the way. >>> there are a thousand ways to prepare for your turkey for thanksgiving. one method may be a recipe
correspondent lisa myers is here with details. lisa, good morning to you. >> good morning, meredith. you may have seen some of these money-back offers on popular websites when you're shopping online. well, today, a senate committee is cracking down on this industry, which investigators say engages in deliberately misleading tactics and may be duping consumers out of millions of dollars. the offers pop up when you least expect it. >> i felt like i was being pick-pocketed. >> reporter: on websites that you know and trust. >> it's just very deceptive business practices. >> reporter: ann makai had been on shutterfly buying photos, mike genevieves, two movie tickets on fandago, when they got some strange, unwanted charges on their credit cards, monthly fees for a membership club called reservation rewards. >> this was going for a service which i did not want, did not need and had no knowledge of getting. >> reporter: authorities say millions of online shoppers are signing up and getting billed for these clubs without knowing it, a billion-dollar business they say is built on deception. >> just a
. councilwoman mary norwood is among the front runners for the job along with lisa borders and state senator kasim reid. >>> new this morning, more than half of america's kids could be on food stamps during childedhood. these kids may be at risk for nal nutrition and the recession could push the alarming numbers even higher. the study is in the archives of pediatrics and adolescent medical sin. >>> police say it could be weeks before they identify six women found dead at a home in cleveland. the coroner is collecting dental records for several missing women, including nancy kobz who lived in the neighborhood. he also is asking their relatives to provide dna samples. but one missing persons advocate says the deaths could have been prevented. >> nancy cobbs walked to the store. walked to the store on 116th and hasn't been seen since. six families are going to get horrible news. better if we had a missing persons department or an active, ongoing investigation in all of these cases as much as possible, maybe none of this would have happened. >> police are trying to get a warrant to collect dna f
update. we'll start with lisa. >>> we are watching traffic heading out of town right now. northbound 95 into baltimore and down into the delaware memorial bridge, we seem to be any good shape. i have no trouble to report on 66. the beltway is a good at the wilson bridge. we will take you to a couple of cameras so you know what to expect. first of all, make sure your headlights are on. you can barely see 95 in springfield. let's jump to our camera in maryland where it is stop and go. not too bad on at 28, the toll road, if you are heading out to leesburg. a beautiful ride into the district. the fog is leaving. >> it is. it is pretty dense. upper 40's to low 50's. low-level moisture. there is some stormy nets in the upper great lakes area. nothing major. dusty and cooler for friday and the weekend. >>> abe pollin is being praised for his leadership and his generosity. he died yesterday after a battle with a rare brain disease. he was 85 years old. he was the wizards longest tenured honor. thank you for watching.
, there is. in fact, it's in your pantry. lisa drayer's a nutrition involvement and contributing editor for "women's health" magazine. and she says the right foods can help keep your sex life sizzling. and she's one month away from delivering her baby. so you've obviously been eating something good. >> is it really true, though, honestly? can you eat foods that will change your libido, your sex drive and all that? >> you know, there is some preliminary research suggesting that certain foods can give you a boost in the bedroom. >> why don't we start right now? >> you always hear about dark chocolate being good for so many things. also libido? >> exactly. there's a chemical basis for it. and the reason is chocolate contains the compound fennel ethelamine which increases the feeling avenue traction between people. also it's the same brain chemical that's released when we experience the feeling of falling in love. >> really? that's why you get candies on valentine's day. >> and those who consume dark chocolate, one cube daily, women who do that report bigger desire and better performance. >
be -- you cannot wait one against the other. lisa the four critical issues we believe for breast cancer patients. we have a very large bipartisan group of people that have supported us over the years in many ways. staying in the politics of cancer and the partisan politics are very different. >> who is working on your group on getting more funds for technology? >> ge is going to. >> can you explain that further? >> we need to have in this technology summit to have industry come to the table. we need government to come to the table. we need at this the grooves and private insurers will get it that as technology has benefited almost every possible part of our lives, when you see cell phones that we generate themselves, screening areas in airports -- and convinced that there is a better way for screening. we need market incentives. many companies are interested in detecting all of these. we will be urging them as much as we can to participate in the solution to close technology gaps. >> how much money is going into new detection technology is now? >> i will s list to correct me if i am wro
. there are right now five children of former senators who are serving -- one female, lisa murkowski, and four mills. over the course of history, there have been 45 parings of fathers and mostly sons. guest: i am glad to know that. i remember one special day that chris dodd was sworn in. he was my seatmate. great, great guy. just as he was to take his seat, they move to the chair out of the chamber that he was to sit in, and a move to another chair in the chamber, and he sat down and was announced that he was now occupying the chair of his late father, thomas dodd. the staff had found the chair and located it and i think it is stored somewhere, and they made it available to a crisp. there was a very sentimental moment. host: before we get back to calls, let me ask you this in question, the most momentous vote he cast in your -- you cast in your career? guest: my gosh. there was no so-called declaration of war speech. during that time -- host: first gulf war? guest: the gulf war is one i remember because of the trauma. i think we debated it over the weekend. there were no staff members on the floor.
of and then the public option in there. host: lisa was commenting earlier about george voinovich, the only senator not to know yesterday. she says he missed the vote because he was celebrating the 30th anniversary since being elected the mayor of cleveland, ohio. joe is joining us on the republican line. caller: good morning, thank you for taking my call. guest: good morning, joe. caller: i watch the program i guess a month or so ago about a businesswoman in california. she spoke about like five insurance companies or 10 insurance companies providing insurance. i mean, wouldn't it be easier for the government to get involved and say to california, you know, open the doors, let some more insurance companies in, this way you free up some competition. i don't know if this is going on in other states orningt but it seems kind of weird that we got a limited number of insurance companies. and the second one is in new york, we have new york healthy. wouldn't it be easier for the federal government to kind of support or, if you will, -- what can i say. give money to support their program to make it cost e
understand in nigh country becpuáq of the impunity. even con de lisa rise. even civilian. when i think because of that impunity and everybody think that's not - the body of woman sa place where they can do anything they want. it's also to men, to be to get involved in such fight to end it. >> if you just tuned in. this is chouchou namegabe and she's the recipient of the night international journalism report on her work covering the rape and a buts of women in her country. there's an e-mail. is there an appeal by elders for an end to the violence? >> sorry. yes. they want it and need it. that's why in our proposition. we're training women to follow what we are doing to get involved in the fighting and i've got a program of training for women you know in our part that don't have a really good school for our children. i have - this means we're own trainers and we train ourselves by practicing and having many trainings everywhere. that's how i wanted to share the same thing with other ladies. other young women and to elders. yes. they are aware of the situation and they get involved. >>
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